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History Made in Mexican Elections: An Independent Likely Wins a Governorship

June 7, 2015 (San Diego) We have unofficial returns and so far it’s been quite calm. We had some arrests in South West States, and early on confusion if elections were to proceed in Tixtla, Guerrero. 503 more words


San Quintin: An Update

June 2, 2015 (San Diego) While at the hunger strike at the Mexican Consulate in India Street, we had a chance to speak with Professor Enrique Davalos, of San Diego City College. 679 more words


Mexican Mayoral Candidate Found Dead.

Ricardo Reyes Zamudio, a Mexican mayoral candidate, has been found dead after he was kidnapped Sunday while attending a funeral. 

His body was discovered Monday in Tayoltita, a rural mining town in the northwestern state of Durango, covered in bullet holes, 226 more words

Challenges plenty for Pena Nieto

His detractors call him “Pretty Boy” because of his styled hair and impeccable clothing, but the prospect that awaits the newly-elected Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, is far from pretty. 1,112 more words


Pleading in the Presidencia Phase 10

So, we have entered 2013, still waiting on the judge in the second demanda (lawsuit) to send a neutral perito (surveyor) and make a ruling. The Christmas season has ended, and… 1,209 more words

La Yacata Revolution

The Not So Quiet Mexican Election

Okay, well, I didn’t know that Mexico had their elections this year. And I certainly didn’t know all the turmoil and issues surrounding it either. I don’t know if it’s because I don’t really watch tv or because I don’t regularly read any type of newspaper or online news forum, but I hadn’t even heard of anything relating to Mexico that didn’t have to do with illegal immigrants. 1,125 more words

Post electoral days of the student movement #yosoy132

By Jorge Neri

The student movement #yosoy132 crosses boarders in an effort to expose to what they call fraudulent elections

Mexicans in Los Angeles gather in front of the Mexican Embassy protesting against the election of Enrique Peña Nieto on July first,, 2012. 60 more words